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15 Adorable Ideas for Fairy Gardens
If you want to make a fairy garden or fairy houses, here are some cute ideas! You will love these fairy garden ideas, many of them are DIY!
Hey y’all, Tiffany here with some ideas for fairy gardens!
Our kids love gardening and nature. When our oldest turned eight years old, a friend gifted her a fairy garden. She had so much fun setting it up, planting the grass, and playing with the pieces.
I’ve always loved fairy gardens, ever since I was a child, but they seem like such an expensive hobby. Lately I’ve been finding great deals for them in our Amazon deals Facebook group, and I want to create one for our garden outside.
I love the whimsical nature that accompanies fairy gardens. Even thought our children are realistic (they know Santa isn’t real, for example), they have extremely vivid imaginations that make pretending just as fun as actual believing.
There are so many wonderful ideas for fairy gardens out there! I’ve collected some of my favorite from around the web for you to check out. As you make your own, you can include some of these 10 flowers to grow with kids.
With warmer weather comes more time to play outside. What better way to enhance fun playful hours (and spark your children’s creative energy) than to create an easy DIY fantasy broken pot garden! This adorable broken pot fairy garden will let creativity and imagination thrive all summer long.
If you have followed the fairy garden trend, you will love this fresh spin with mermaids! This lovely DIY mermaid craft is easy to make. It uses succulents, which thankfully are hard to kill as long as you have a spot with plenty of light. Succulents are perfect for mermaid gardens because you can find succulents with a resemblance to seaweed, coral, anemones and other ocean plants.
Fairy Gardens are an easy way to bring whimsy and fun into your garden this year. With these gardens you can grow gardens on a miniature scale or just add fairy accents throughout your full-sized gardens. A fairy garden is perfect if you are gardening in a small space or want a little something fun to accent your container garden.
A Christmas fairy garden unlocks the magic of the holidays and makes a fabulously festive decoration for any homestead! Creating a fairy garden is also a wonder to behold for your friends and family – especially during the holiday season!